Month: October 2014

How clean is the Rotten Calder?

How clean is the Rotten Calder? Josh Maitland, Junior Secretary and member of the local angling club in East Kilbride has signed up to CRIMP to answer that very question. After attendingĀ the final CRIMP workshop in August, he visited the more »

Posted in crimp_news, News

Clyde mitten crab on Russian TV

Last week we were joined in the field by a Russian TV crew (London-based) who were visiting Scotland to cover two stories; the bicentenary of the birth of the Russian poet Mikhail Lermontov and the discovery of a Chinese mitten more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, Invasive Non-Native Species, News

Number of CRIMP monitors passes the 100 mark

The final CRIMP workshop held at the end of August took the number of CRIMPers trained on the Clyde catchment into triple figures. Exactly 108 volunteers have registered with CRIMP since the project launched in March 2013. Attendees at the more »

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